Is your library involved with Head Start, WIC, or 4K? Do you partner with businesses to promote early learning? From innovative state-wide programs to local early literacy efforts, libraries are organizing communities of practice to boost school readiness and create opportunity in their cities, towns, and villages. Join five panelists as they outline proven, successful early literacy community development through collaborations with government and nonprofit agencies, healthcare providers, businesses, school districts, and other organizations.
Meeting Type: Program
Content Area: Transforming: Community Relationships
Interests: Administration and Management, Advocacy, Budget Planning and Finance, Children’s Literature, Children’s Services, Community Engagement, Continuing Education, Equity Diversity & Inclusion, Foundations, Friends Groups, Funding, Fundraising, Leadership, Librarianship, Library School Education, Literacy, Multicultural Services, Networking, New ALA Members, Outreach Services, Partnerships, Personnel and Staffing, Professional Development, Public Programs, Public Services, Rural and Small Libraries, Social Change, Social Media & Networks, Special Needs Populations, Strategic Planning, Support Staff, Transforming Libraries, Youth Services
Type of Library: Academic, Community College, Consortium, Library School, Museum, Native, Nonprofit, Public, Regional System, Retired, Rural, School/Media Center, State Library, Student, Tribal, Undergraduate
Cost: Included with full conference registration.